IT'S GOOD TO TOUCH THE GREEN GREEN GRASS
What an odd week it's been weather wise - hot and humid one minute, then absolutely tipping it down another. The green green grass has definitely been having a growth spurt, lol!
O returned home last Friday so I have the JanCave back (for those who are interested, I won the Cribbage tournament with a lead of four but O was the Yahtzee King!)
There has been a lot of sewing going on:
I loved that jungle fabric so much I got some more and a friend asked for a peg bag in her favourite colours. I had half a metre leftover from that so she's getting a folding shopper, purse and glasses case as a little surprise.
Here's a Welsh table for you - daffs and dragons! Christine ordered a bag so I cut out loads of stuff whilst I was there.
I could go many ways with the lining but in the end decided on using up both greens, two sets of everything from each colour.
Both greens appear in the leaves behind the daffs so they tone well.
I may have bought some fabric, it was in the sale - what more can I say?!
Back to softer colours after the riotous recent ones I've been doing. I know the one on the left could be considered slightly old fashioned but I really love it! The other two will go well, I know that. Incidentally I asked the RNLI collection box lady if she could give me the stats since I started doing my fundraising and it was a rather surprising £4,580! How pleasing is that? Laura from the cafe and I want to see if we can crack the £5k by Christmas!!
I have been doing other things - after having a painty session, I thought I'd turn some pictures into cards:
Nothing startling but better than being stuck in a drawer!!
Hope you've had a wonderful week and enjoying your crafting, see you on the desks xx